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8vo - 21.5 x 14 cm; xix - 144 pp. Black cloth with gilt lettering on spine. A series of essays, most of which were previously published in the journal, 'Blackfriars'. Contents: I - The Need for Christian Unity. II - The Approach to Reunion. III - The Malines Conversations - Twenty Years After. IV - The Anglo-Catholic Problem. V - Pietas Anglicana. VI - Doctrine in the Church of England. VII - The Conditions of Eirenic Discussion. VIII - The Catholic Church and Ecumenism. IX - The Aims of a Catholic Ecumenism. X - Unity and Authority. XI - Concerning Infallibility. XII - The Appeal to Sound Learning. Three appendices and an index. Very minor shelf wear to the book. The dust jacket (in a protective sleeve) is worn on the edges (small chips and creases) with soiling on the back panel. The interior is clean and the binding is tight.
Title: Essays In Christian Unity, 1928 - 1954.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: London, England, Blackfriars Publications: 1955
Book Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 11102
Keywords: Catholic, Ecumenism, Anglican, Malines Eirenic Unity Christian Doctrine Infallibility Our Lady